Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is joining Georgetown University Law School as a lecturer, The Hill is reporting.
Yates was fired by President Donald Trump after refusing to defend his travel ban, the website noted.
"Sally Yates is an extraordinary public servant who has had a career of the greatest consequence," William M. Treanor, the dean of Georgetown Law, said. "It is a privilege to have her join our faculty this fall."
Ironically, Trump's 23-year-old daughter, Tiffany, is a student at Georgetown Law, The Washington Post noted.
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